Phasing and amplitude of sea-level and climate change during the penultimate interglacial
Earths climate has oscillated between short-lived interglacial and extended glacial periods for the past million years. Before the last interglacial, absolutely dated markers of sea level become increasingly rare; hence, our knowledge of sea-level change
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